Need help identifying Spector Bass

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Mr. Chuffey, Mar 17, 2014.


  1. Mr. Chuffey

    Mr. Chuffey

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    Can anybody please help me identify and value this bass (photo attached). On the back it says “precision crafted under license in Czech Republic”.
     

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  2. thedane

    thedane

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    I think this is actually a SPECTRE bass - made and used by agents of the SPECTRE Organization.
    Very dangerous to own.
     
  3. dedpool1052

    dedpool1052

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  4. Torn Bassist

    Torn Bassist Supporting Member

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    Post this on the Spector club page, you will get everything that you need from the guys in the club.
     
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  6. PhatBasstard

    PhatBasstard Spector Dissector Supporting Member

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    This ^^^.
    However, it is a "transition" model from the '98/'99 changeover.
    Spector got his trademark back and could once again put the Double-S logo on the headstock (which this one has) instead of the "SSD".
    At the same time all Czech basses started to receive the inlays (which this one doesn't have) instead of dots.

    They also changed both Czech 5 strings and USA 5 & 6 strings to 35" scale.
    Being a "transition", this could be either 34" or 35" scale.
     
  7. Mr. Chuffey

    Mr. Chuffey

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    NS-5CR, made in 1999
     
  8. nofrontin

    nofrontin

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    Spector NS5CRFM, I have a NS5CR. Great basses!
     
  9. PhatBasstard

    PhatBasstard Spector Dissector Supporting Member

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    You're welcome.
     

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